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REM Reunites ... Sort of ...

This might be as close as we're going to get to an REM reunion for now ... Check out Mike Mills, Peter Buck, and Bill Berry on stage together in Athens, GA performing the song Superman  

 

First look- Eagles of Death Metal: Nos Amis (Our Friends)

On November 13, 2015, 89 people were killed while attending an Eagles of Death Metal concert at the Bataclan Theater in Paris, France.  The band has teamed with director Colin Hanks (Tom’s son) for this documentary focusing on life after the attacks.  The film premieres on HBO February 13. 

 

Cage The Elephant on Colbert

Cage The Elephant 's album Tell Me I'm Pretty is nominated for a Best Rock Album Grammy for 2016.

 

Watch them play "Cold Cold Cold" on the Colbert Show:

 

 

I WANT MY DEAD FRIENDS BACK

 

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Here Are Some New Artists We're Excited About

The Eastern Shore's own Maggie Rogers grew up playing banjo on a working farm in rural Maryland.

 

She first came to the public’s attention when she appeared in a video posted on YouTube of Grammy Award-winning producer Pharrell Williams teaching a Masterclass at NYU's Tisch School of the Arts, where Rogers, now 22, was a student. 

 

In the clip, Rogers plays an unfinished recording of “Alaska” and the song earned slew of media attention, including praise from Pitchfork, Slate, NPR, The Washington Post, Nylon, Stereogum, and more.

 

Now, Maggie has released the full video for "Alasa" - watch below.

 

 

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